Glee had its big finale last night, and the first season's curtain call was full of drama, heart, and totally over-the-top musical performances. It's hard to believe it was just a year ago that Fox aired a one-episode glimpse at the show that would become an iTunes dominating, buzz generating phenomenon. The show has gone to the White House, on a multi-city concert tour, to the top of the charts, and over the rainbow. Yet, at the end of it all, we're right back where we started - about to embark on a year-long Journey to win a singing competition.
Regionals is no Sectionals
Sorry Rachel, your parade has just been rained on. More than a cloud, there's a Bohemian Rhapsody performance featuring your ex-boyfriend, directed and choreographed by your estranged mother, intercut with your frenemy literally popping out said mother's soon to be adopted daughter. Basically, something no Journey medley can save any of us from. On the bright side, Finn dropped the I LOVE YOU bomb right before the big Faithfully duet, the Don't Stop Believing callback worked nicely, andâ Any Way You Want It, was pretty good too. Still, it lacked the one-two punch of the Streisand/Stones combo at Sectionals, and unfortunately, crowning cut-ins aside, Vocal Adrenaline had the edge on this one. (Side note: Was anyone else as nervous as I was when Sue was announcing the winner?)
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